It’s popular with Olympic athletes – how ‘cupping’ might help you feel better too

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BEACHWOOD, Ohio -- Many Olympic athletes use the ancient therapy called 'cupping' to help relieve pain and increase blood flow to sore muscles. Molly Enders is an acupunturist with Chagrin Valley Wellness Center and she helps many of her clients feel better with cupping therapy. Molly not only explained to Fox 8's Natalie Herbick how the therapy works, she showed Natalie how it's done.

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